Redlands Flyball will be holding their Redlands on Fire
competition at the Birkdale grounds on the 8 June 2019. Everyone is invited to come along and support
Redlands teams competing on the day. There have been 12 teams nominated to race
on the day from clubs around Brisbane.
So there will be some quick racing.
If you have a dog that loves to run Flyball may be for
you. The competition commences at 9.00am
– approximately 4.00pm and there will be food and drinks for sale on the day. Come along and bring a chair to watch the
We would like to thank all our sponsors including our major sponsor Ivory Coat who have provided the competition prizes for the day.
Don’t forget to bring along your change to buy your raffle tickets. Redlands Flyball Racing have managed to secure a great range of prizes.
Million Paws Walk competition held at Ipswich – 19 May 2019
The competition proved highly successful one for the Redlands Flyball Racing Team. The Million Paws Walk competition hosted by Flyball Fanatics saw Redlands Flyball enter 3 teams, each winning their respective divisions. Despite the noise and distractions of live entertainment and hundreds of curious dog owners and their fur babies, all dogs performed well on the day, with Burn n Bolt winning the Champions trophy.
One of our handlers Donna and her dog Pippa achieved a 0.000 start, well done! Check out the video here.
Our Winning Teams.
Team – Burn n Bolt – Frist place Div 1 & Champion Trophy Winner
As some of you may know, we have been in discussions with Redlands Coast Council to move from our current site to the other car park adjacent to Judy Holt Cricket Field 2.
This is a long term plan and is no way set in stone. There are many pieces to fall into place before this can happen. This would also require significant investment to provide a facility that would support the club move in the direction it wishes to.
At our last General Meeting this was put to the attendees as down the track we will be looking for input into this plan.
At this stage we have been asked to forward an initial proposal to the council as to what a general idea of our requirements will be. This has been done and is ongoing as we look into costs of buildings and lighting.
The reasoning for this proposed move is to give us more car parking space next to the club, to give us an opportunity to expand our facility so we can have some indoor or covered space, as well as better storage for our equipment and more opportunity to utilise Judy Holt 2.
The time frame for this to happen would be about 3 years from the beginning of next financial year.
As stated above this is in no way set in stone but we will be putting things in motion to support this process if it does happen. We will also be continuing to run the club as normal in case it doesn’t.
This is not something we are pushing for, but something we will be making the most of should it go ahead.
If you want to know more please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send your questions through for the next general meeting.